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Description: Grand Convention at Philadelphia, May to September, 1787, Quill Project 2016 Edition.

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The PDF scans of the 1911 publication, The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, edited by Max Farrand (New Haven: Yale University Press)

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The ConSource.org edition of Madison's Notes and other papers.

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In 1819 John Quincy Adams oversaw a printed publication of the Journal of the Convention. This collection holds links to the Archive.org copy.

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In 1819 John Quincy Adams oversaw a printed publication of the Journal of the Convention.

This is a manuscript copy of the journal from that time, a draft of what was published.

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This collection holds links to the Library of Congress scan of its microfilm photographs of Madison's personal record recording the work of the Constitutional Convention.

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Links to relevant records at e-enlightenment.com

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Constitutional History in the news and in scholarship, and news about the Quill platform and the Negotiated Texts Network.

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Issues highlighted by the 2016 editorial team.

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Quill 2016 Edition

Advising the President

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Lindsay Chervinsky

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Lindsay Chervinsky on the President's Cabinet

The Creation of the Electoral College

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N. P. Cole, Grace Mallon and Kat Howarth

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A collection highlighting important moments in the debate over how a President should be chosen for the United States.

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The Convention debates whether officials should be removable by impeachment, and if so how.

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Knowledge of the Constitutional Convention during the nineteenth century was partial and contingent on the publication of various accounts and journals, not all of them accurate or honest.